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“Chronic visual symptom complaints are common among Veterans with a history of mild traumatic brain injury, but the potential impact ... on refractive error had not been explored,” said Dr. Francesca Fortenbaugh...
VA Boston has once again been named as one of the Boston Globe’s Top Places to Work. VA Boston finished 24th in the Largest Employer Group and is the highest rated multifaceted healthcare system on the list.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced on Oct. 6 that Dr. David Topor at VA Boston Healthcare System received VA’s highest honor for health professions education, the David M. Worthen Award.
Reading her orders and seeing Show Low, Arizona, Tracey Bent had to Google it to find out where she was headed. After a five-hour drive east from Phoenix she found herself in the middle of the Covid-19 Pandemic.
VA Boston’s Audiology department has made some changes in order to better serve Veterans in need of hearing aid repairs. Veterans can now mail in, drop off, or have a virtual hearing aid repair appointment.
Homeless Veterans have unique communication challenges and COVID-19 brought a need for virtual communication. The VA has partnered with Sprint in donating 36 Smartphones each with a six-month data plan.
A groundbreaking VA study published July 27 found that the amount of pulmonary vascular resistance associated with increased hospitalization and death from heart failure is much lower than previously thought.
Texting the word “Here” to 53079 on their mobile phone, Veterans can practice physical distancing from their vehicle. Veterans text “Screen523” to 53079 to answer seven questions about COVID-19 symptom exposure.